Category Archives: Energy

Facing Community Challenges with Ongoing Dialogue

Publication: Energy Pipeline, Greeley Tribune Issue: May 2018 By: Dan Larson Crestone Peak is charting its own course in how it works with local governments to develop the oil and natural gas resources that underlie the rapidly expanding suburban communities along Colorado’s Front Range. A privately held company, Crestone Peak holds about 51,000 acres of […]

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Noise Is Universal and Can Be Managed

Publication: Greeley Tribune Date: May 26, 2018 By Dan Larson Drilling and completing an oil and gas well is a noisy business. The motors, pumps and equipment all make noise, which neighbors usually consider a nuisance for the operator to manage. Lately, the oil and gas industry has made tremendous strides in reducing noise generated […]

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Kentucky Group Shares Winning Formula

As oil and gas activity slowly revives in Kentucky, leaders of the state’s industry trade group credits ongoing discussions with legislators, regulators and interest groups for its continued success in getting approval for bills it backs in the state Capitol. Publication: American Oil and Gas Reporter Issue: May 2018 By Dan Larson Although Kentucky’s oil […]

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Growth Returns to DJ Basin

Publication: Greeley Tribune, Energy Pipeline Issue: December 2017 By Dan Larson Improving efficiencies allow companies to breakeven at lower oil prices Across the DJ Basin, oilfield activity has returned although not to the frenetic levels seen five years ago. Facing increased competition for its share of huge but oversupplied market, the DJ will likely maintain […]

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